Yale defeated Princeton 6 0 at New Haven on Saturday in a very exciting game, in which the Yale team showed up in greatly superior physical condition to their opponents. Not a single Yale man was put out of the game, and the men as a whole were playing as fast a game at the close of the contest as at any time during the play. In marked contrast, four of Princeton's best men were forced to retire, and when time was called the line was slowly giving way before Yale's fierce attack.
The single touchdown was made by Dudley in the second half, and Cadwalader kicked an easy goal. Baird, of Princeton, punted well during the early part of the game, and when he was injured Wheeler filled his place satisfactorily. DeSaulles made two long dodging runs and played a more brilliant game than any man on either team.